Keanu Harawira – Assistant Suwarrow Park Ranger

Keanu is eager to introduce efficient methods to his Suwarrow Ranger role, including general maintenance tasks such as cleaning out stagnant water tanks on the island, clearing areas and blockages.
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Keanu brings a unique blend of technical know-how to the role, with hands-on experience in plumbing for over two years and expertise as a butcher. Additionally, his background in construction, including building further highlights his versatility. Keanu’s commitment to water safety is evident through his time as a turtle tours guide with Ariki Adventures. He also brings experience in fishing, showcasing his adaptability to different environments. With a liking for systematic approaches, Keanu is eager to introduce efficient methods to his Suwarrow Ranger role, including general maintenance tasks such as cleaning out stagnant water tanks on the island, clearing areas and blockages.

Beyond his professional skills, his passion for free diving adds an adventurous flair to his character, reflecting his appetite for life both on and off the island. Keanu brings the spirit of innovation, adaptability, and passion, making him a valuable asset to the National Environment Service team.

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